Talk given at the University of Oregon with a two-way simulcast to Oregon State University on October 23, 2009 as part of Open Government week. This talk, and one the day before at Lewis & Clark Law School, were rehearsals in preparation for an essay to be published and submitted to the Attorney General for his consideration. Topics: oregon.gov, public.resource.org
April 30, 2010, Raleigh, North Carolina.Carl Malamud, Keynote address to the WWW2010 Conference.Video recorded by www.ImaginingTheInternet.Org, Elon University. Topics: www2010.org, public.resource.org
A Mashup of By The People with a Patriotic Medley. By The People is an address to the Government 2.0 Summit in Washington, D.C. (September 10, 2009). Please see public.resource.org for more information. Topic: public.resource.org
> They gave me 15 minutes to do 10 hacks at OSCON and I have to admit that by the time I hit Hack 8 I was starting to pant, so I let Jon Stewart do this one. This hack is pretty basic, basic stuff and probably doesn't need saying, but if enough people talk about clueless things that happen in government, then after a while everybody else gets the picture. Jon Stewart and the blogosphere did a brilliant job of annotating the seminal Internets Are a Series of Tubes Doctrine, helping make net...
Yochai Benkler presents a lecture entitled "The Wealth of Networks: How U.S. Internet policies are undermining both freedom and growth." The lecture was presented at the Center for American Progress on May 31, 2006. Topics: Hack Number 9, Yochai Benkler, Wealth of Networks
Recorded live on location at Code for America, this town hall deals with the question of Incorporation by Reference, a legal technique where private standards become federal law, available only for those with sufficient means to be informed citizens. Featuring Jennifer Pahlka, Tim O'Reilly, Carl Malamud, and the 2012 Code for America Fellows, this program was recorded on May 4, 2012. You can find more information at https://law.resource.org/pub/us/cfr Topics: federalregister.gov, public.resource.org
10 Government Hacks — Slides From a Talk at OSCON 2006 [[ Hack 2 >> This is a Movie about Internet Governance. Actually, "movie" implies a large number of people creating 120 minutes of full-motion video, so moviette or video blog might be more appropriate. And, there's no such thing as "Internet Governance," since by definition nobody can govern an Internet, so perhaps it is about the Internet and governance and other topics. Rather than further mangle the metaphor,... ( 2 reviews ) Topic: Internet Governance
U.S. House of Representatives - 24 Law.Gov House - U.S. House of Representatives, Committee on House Administration Hearing Room, Longworth House Office Building. Part 2: Efforts Within Government To Increase Access to Legal Materials. Roberta L. Shaffer, Law Librarian of Congress, Library of Congress. Access to legal materials in the United States is difficult and expensive. This session explores a number of initiatives underway to broaden access to the law of the land, making it easier for... Topics: law.gov, public.resource.org
Harvard Law School - 56 Law.Gov Harvard - Welcome and Introduction. 15th Law.Gov Workshop. John Palfrey, Harvard Law Library; Lawrence Lessig, Harvard Law School; Carl Malamud, Public.Resource.Org. Topics: law.gov, public.resource.org
Duke University Law School - 09 Law.Gov Duke - Erika Wayne, Deputy Director of the Law Library and Lecturer in Law, Stanford Law School: The National Inventory of Legal Materials project. This Law.Gov workshop was organized by Duke's Center for the Study of the Public Domain. The workshop URL at Duke is at http://www.law.duke.edu/cspd/conferences/law.gov Topics: law.gov, public.resource.org
Talk at the Internet Archive on the occasion of the plenary gathering of the Digital Public Library of America Task Force on April 27, 2012. The session topic was Government and the DPLA. More information on the conference is at http://dp.la/get-involved/events/dplawest/ A transcript and other versions of the video is at https://public.resource.org/bears/ Topics: dp.la, public.resource.org
Final Mix, Clip 10.11. DC Law.Gov Session 3.5 - Session 3 Discussion - Center for American Progress 2010 - - June 15, 2010. 14th Law.Gov Workshop. Session on Primary Legal Materials and the Federal Government. Beth Noveck, Session Chair. Topics: law.gov, public.resource.org
Final Mix, Clip 11.07. DC Law.Gov Session 5.1 - Tim Stanley - Center for American Progress 2010 - - June 15, 2010. 14th Law.Gov Workshop. Session on Primary Legal Materials and the Privatge Sector. Topics: law.gov, public.resource.org
UC Berkeley - 19 Law.Gov Berkeley - Co-hosted by UC Berkeley and the Mitch Kapor Foundation. Part 3 - National Inventory of Legal Materials. Erika V. Wayne, Stanford Law Library and Tim Stanley, Justia. Topics: law.gov, public.resource.org
This was a "movie" put together in the Fall of 1992 to explain the Interop trade show to people. This was just as the show was beginning to expand into Europe, and this video contains both French and English. Interop Fall was in San Francisco, CA -- Oct 26-30, 1992. Topics: Interop, Internet Governance
Center for American Progress - 53 Law.Gov CAP - Access to Justice and the Rule of Law. John Podesta, Session Chair. Remarks by Hon. Paul Verkuil, Administrative Conference of the United States. Topics: law.gov, public.resource.org
> Hack 9 says if you don't like the debate out there, create your own: hold and film hearings on any subject you choose. I didn't think people in Washington were hearing the net very well, so I asked people I respected like Yochai Benkler, Larry Lessig, and the team of Farber and Cerf to come to where I work and give talks. They all spoke truthiness to power (though in Washington you can never be sure the power is switched on), but I certainly enjoyed hearing what they had to say. Like the... Topic: Hack Number 9
November 16, 2005 Press conference by Nicholas Negroponte and Kofi Anan around the unveiling of the $100 laptop at the WSIS in Tunisia. This is the first half of the conference. "Every child should have a pencil and the pencil of today is a laptop on the Internet." ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Internet Governance, OLPC, $100 laptop, Negroponte, Anan
> This is a fun hack that any webmaster can perform during those quiet times. Every agency has lots of departments. With the big agencies, each department runs their own MIS operation. Adopt an agency and then periodically run a link checker against all the departments, then send the head of the agency a list with the number of broken links, ranked by department. Oh, and send a copy of the list to the chairman of the congressional oversight committee. And to each department head in the...
A speech given by Carl Malamud September 28, 1995 in Las Vegas at Networld+Interop, an industry trade show. The talk was the announcement for the Internet 1996 World's Fair, a so-called "world's fair for the information age," and includes cameo appearances by the Honorable Edward Markey, Vint Cerf, Gaylord Nelson, and William Randolph Hearst III. The fair is still spinning at park.org so you can judge the initial hype against the web pages. There is also a book. Topic: Internet Governance
> Hack 5 was hard. This one is easy. Section 508 is a federal law that says government websites should meet accessibility standards. There are a few loopholes, but they have to at least make an effort. The cool thing about Section 508 is that each agency has to name a Section 508 Coordinator and publish that information. So, go get a tool like Checky or Web Developer and adopt your favorite federal agency. They're required by law to be responsive, so they'll be delighted to hear from you.
On June 16, 2006, Professor Lawrence Lessig gave a talk at the Center for American Progress entitled "The Withering of the Net: How DC Pathologies are Undermining the Growth and Wealth of the Net." This talk was the second in a series of three. The first talk was Professor Yochai Benkler, the third featured Dave Farber and Vint Cerf. In just under 40 minutes, Lessig delivered a stunning performance, documenting his assertion that the Internet was created by Republicans and discussing... ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Hack Number 9, net neutrality, Republicans, Internet, Lessig
Final Mix, Clip 11.01. DC Law.Gov Session 4.1 - The GovPulse.US Team - Center for American Progress 2010 - - June 15, 2010. 14th Law.Gov Workshop. Session on Primary Legal Materials and Innovation. Eugene Huang, Session Chair. Topics: law.gov, public.resource.org
Professor Jun Murai, Vice President of Research at Keio University, interviews Carl Malamud. The interview took place at the studios of Kenichi Ohmae and permission is gratefully acknowledged to repost this interview on the Internet Archive. Topic: Internet Governance
Duke University Law School - 08 Law.Gov Duke - Jennifer Jenkins, Director, Center for the Study of the Public Domain and Senior Lecturing Fellow, Duke University School of Law: Can states copyright the law? This Law.Gov workshop was organized by Duke's Center for the Study of the Public Domain. The workshop URL at Duke is at http://www.law.duke.edu/cspd/conferences/law.gov Topics: law.gov, public.resource.org
U.S. House of Representatives - 23 Law.Gov House - U.S. House of Representatives, Committee on House Administration Hearing Room, Longworth House Office Building. Part 1: Introduction by Honorable Zoe Lofgren, Vice Chairwoman, Committee on House Administration and Honorable Dan Lungren, Ranking Member, Committee on House Administration. Access to legal materials in the United States is difficult and expensive. This session explores a number of initiatives underway to broaden access to the law... Topics: law.gov, public.resource.org
Final Mix, Clip 10.08. DC Law.Gov Session 3.2 - Stephen Schultze - Center for American Progress 2010 - - June 15, 2010. 14th Law.Gov Workshop. Session on Primary Legal Materials and the Federal Government. Beth Noveck, Session Chair. Topics: law.gov, public.resource.org
University of Colorado Law School Law.Gov Workshop, April 2, 2010 Morning Session Paul K. Ohm, Professor of Law Honorable Michael Bender, Justice, Colorado Supreme Court Barbara Bintliff, Nicholas Rosenbaum Professor of Law and Director of the William A. Wise Law Library Honorable Clair Levy, Colorado State Representative Honorable Bernie Buescher, Colorado Secretary of State Judy Meadows, State Law Librarian of Montana Carl Malamud, Public.Resource.Org Please note this is raw unprocessed video. Topics: law.gov, public.resource.org
Harvard Law School - 59 Law.Gov Harvard - Equal Access to Justice in Massachusetts. Honorable Dina E. Fein, First Justice, Housing Court Department, Western Division and Special Advisor to the Trial Court for Access to Justice Initiatives; Marnie Warner, Law Library Coordinator, Administrative Office of the Trial Court. Topics: law.gov, public.resource.org
> Sometimes the best way to get government to do something is just do it yourself. That's a strategy I previously used in posting data from the SEC on the Internet. I ran the database for a couple of years, then put a little sign up saying the service would terminate in 60 days. The SEC got it right away that free markets are based on information and started running the service. I tried the same trick on the Patent Office, but that is a much less clueful bunch when it comes to subversive...
Berkeley Law.Gov WorkshopMay 12, 2010Co-Convenors: U.S. Berkeley and the Kapor FoundationPart 3 - National Inventory of Legal MaterialsErika V. Wayne, Stanford Law LibraryTim Stanley, JustiaThis video is a "final cut".Videography by Foolish Tree Films. http://www.foolishtreefilms.com/ Topics: law.gov, public.resource.org
Duke University School of LawApril 28, 2010Law.GovThe Law Is "America's Operating System": Should It Be Open Source?Closing Panel.Duke's Event Web Site Topics: law.gov, law.duke.edu, public.resource.org